WELSH DEITIES AND LEGENDARY PERSONS
Amaethon - One of the sons of Don.
Arawma - King in the Underworld.
Arianrhod - Wildflowers Moon goddess.
Avagduv - Ugliest man in the world.
Beli/Belenus - Solar & Fire god.
Blodeuwedd - Wife of Llew Llaw Gyffes.
Bran - One of the ancient Guardians of Britain.
Branwen - One of the three matriarchs of Britain.
Caradawg - Son of Bran.
Caswallawn - Son of Beli.
Ceridwen - Keeper of the Cauldron of Knowledge.
Creiddylad/Cordelia - Sea Queen.
Culhwch - Mortal husband of Olwen.
Don/Danu - Mother of the Great Gods.
Dwyvan - God of Love.
Dylan - A Sea god, son of Arianrhod.
Goleuddydd - Wife of Killyd.
Govannon - God of Smithcraft & Brewing.
Gwion - Servant of Ceridwen who drank three drops from her cauldron of All Knowledge. In anger she devoured him but later gave birth to him as Taliesin the great bard.
Gwydion - Magician, bard, god of civilization.
Gwyn - Son of Nuada, Warder of Hades.
Hu-Gadarm- (Hu the Mighty) - Welsh hero who brought knowledge of the plow and the skill of using song as an aid to memory.
Idrasa - Giant said to be able to foretell the future by the stars.
Iseult - Wife of King Marc of Cornwall.
Llew Llaw Gyffes - God of brightness.
Llyr - Sea god, son of Don.
Mabon - Son of Modron.
Manawyddan - God of the Ocean Depths.
Math ap Mathonwy - God of Sorcery.
Myrddin - Chieftain god of the Underworld.
Modron - Mother of Mabon the Huntsman.
Olwyn - Welsh Sun Goddess.
Pryderi - Son of Pwyll.
Pwyll - Husband of Rhiannon.
Rhiannon - Goddess of Birds, Underworld Goddess.
Taliesin - Legendary Welsh bard and mage, son of Ceridwen.
Tristan - Hero of courtly love tradition, wizard, poet, dragon slayer, lover of Queen Iseult.
Ysbadaddenv - Father of Olwen who set Kihwch many supernatural tasks to win the hand of his daughter.